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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ta published dally Usunaey. not excepted) a , . KJSNUY REED ate CO., PROPRIETORS. nKV-Tm-n en. crsron-Honm. THE CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS to delivered to gnbaaiben In Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa ud ivrroundtng elties ud town., at Hi eati-emery low rlo of A I1T1N OINTI A WB Ki rATASUi TO TBI (Hl.lla. Patera n Mn.Te. fling 1 eole, a cental eae nth, 4 Oct three months, 91 i one year, t AMUSEMENTS. PIKE'S OPERA-nOTTSE.-S. N. PIKE, Imprletorj (J. T. Bautii, Stage Manager (J. V. Haaa.KT, Tieaaurer.- BENEFIT OF MR J. K. MORTIMER. TIIIB ItVENINO, February 1, the performance Hill commence with Ihe lrania. In three acts, of H1K FLOWFKe OF TUB FOREST Imocl Gipsy), Dir. J. K. Mortimor; Ishmael (the Wolf). Mr. J. H. Tajlnr; Altred, Ir. O. D Chsplln ; (,'heap John, Mr O XTaln ; Cytithla, Mis. Siiran lxnln: Starlight Dim, Miss F. Venham. Lost Heir By Thomas Ilood.,.. Son glare Ship".... Union Poem............ ...Hill L. Leolerc. Mr.Wilwn. .Miss Suan Denio. To conclude with the laughable Fa...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 February 1861

THK DAILY TRESS. HKNRY RiCKlJ Sc CO, bottom awn r-ifiFtirroit. OrriOlAb PAPER 0 VHM U1TI. HAT! HH Hon. Josim Jonas bnt oar thaoki for a tetdf ibe nnol reports of the State Of ficers td Iiistitu'ions Ho. AxsosSutth, State Scliool Commis (ioctr, bag our thanks for a copy of bis an nual report. Vi'a am obliRed to Hon. George Teodle ton, George K. Tuph and Thomas Corwin, for copus of their late speeches on the late Union, being the second experiment of the Stales in that form of polity. They, are organizir.g military companies In the ci'j of New York to fight both for and Bgaicfttbe Union. This drilling and arm ing the members of political parties, in times of high party excitement, will have an excel lent effect, provided when they get into rows tbey only shoot each other. To all appear ante, Niw York, under the administration of Major Wood, is preparing to have a good time of it. Tus Unionists ot Trxae, knowing that the Secesfion Convention bad been called with out constitutional or l...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 February 1861

WANTED. fyOHT." rrWD," "BOARDING." . A VrttMtnt4nti onntni wnAmr th hfwtinirt, not wdlnf Mm. U' h in-wrt tw. for J.I Mta, TANTRD-flPL-Tn d tDr1 housework ln,nir 213 f.eorr-s , between Smith I a mm "tin a Hamuli prifrrrn i.p- tVN I AO 011.8 -Six om1 Dininc r M,m Apply befoie U o'clock, At the MU- liriTl. n-Tl) PIIR411I A ft IB A lsian,ri-Un w GHllrrr. ontrmlly located. Addrew PFB- ATOB, Pio-e Office. vriMTHIi.1 URtU tMOMS-Rii.fit.t.li Inr V firmly if two, rrtrft ly luofttcd, with gn nnd wtr. Artorene a line omce. ibj-p ATfcl-Olrl to flnUh nnd mnke button f ? Tmltw n pnntnlooafi. Apply At Si fourth. t.t Detweon AiBtn ftno vtninnt. iri-u WANTED -SITl AriON-To cookJwfth and iron. In ft rrivnte family. Apply ftt 'MW'i oerentt ., iwtween monna ana uutter. roi-nr IVNTRO-A BITDATION-By prlrl to do t v chftmimrworir, wArniing art a ironing in yrWftte lamlly. Apply At Wo. 31 Plnm-at, fel-b 7ANTFn-F(K CASII-Sm-oDd-hnnd Furnl- V turn aud iloneekeeping Articles AdilreM Trawer w, ji?y-anii WANTED...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 2 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. IsATt BOAT ..FEBRUARY MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. ft)nllne8 tu the prevailing characteristic Of Third-Btrtet yesterday s the heavy rain that fell all day inlcrferinR (jreatly with the transaction of business. Money was In fair enpply and the market easy prime Paper in the hands of customers going in the reg ular quarters at 10t2 per cent, and in the street at about 24 per cent, per annum. Eastern Exchange remained firm at buying on New York, and M premium celling ; some dealers who were short, pay ing X ts thtir fellow Bankers. The market closed decidedly firm, with as much disposi tion to purchase as to draw at the quota tions. New Orleans Exchange was rather heary t KKf the buytog rate being X pre mium. The demand was irregular and the supply not Urge.' Gold was steady at premium, with le!s supply than there was two or three days ago ; the country Banks having made con siderable purchases here. Western UncurTent Money was easier, and Missouri, Illi...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 February 1861

lUE DAILY i PIlESSw nabllehed dniiy tamnaaye Mwm' - KCNnY krKid cc., ' - FBOrtUETOBS. .erstrw'Tna-rr,, f. wjto-BetriA,. i ! 131 CIHOIBEATI DAILY PBEoot datrvaredte Snbacrlber la Cincinnati, Covington and arroondlog HUM and txm, at . tho atrmly low rk of , .. ; IIT1N C1NT1 A ffllK , , rATASUI to a Mum, : rnn kAntwii fllngl eot, cmte m nib. 4O0 I Uim motithe, III i en year, 4. ' AMUSEMENTS. VHXK'14 ftPKR A.IIOIINK. M. N PIKE, JL I roprletor j 0. T. Surra, otag Manager i J. V. HiuiiT, Treasurer. LAST WEEK Or THE BR ABO 9. MONPAT EVENINO, F.brnary i, ml every ?RlDIflnnrB Hie wwii, Hr'iU riTi p THA WOMAN IN WHITE, Which will be irodurd with many Improvements upon the original id In en scene, and also en tba aU-coTatiCTHI. First appoannce at the Opera-house, of the cele brated acli-ees, MBS. JANE LAWS, "Whoa services bare bf en secured for the oocaslon. TIKAMATIS rKReniiAc: lanra Fairlla, M In Huean Oenin ; Count Foaco, Mr. J. H. Taylnt; Sir ferclv.l (Hyde, Mr. Sheridan ; Waller llartrigh...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 February 1861

rni I IP'Ti A IT VmPIH!1 . A i 1 IV Xsl J JJ. I: 'liUiJuiiiiim BKNKV REKD Ac CO., OrriUIAIi PaPKB OF TH CITT MOMIA1 ...w..FBIIRI)lT 4 Is Reconstruction of a Stable Union Between the Hostile Sections Possible? It well If poTitlciunt wrrnld I00X at ti'i'iirf facta, and cef their impotent ariTtl ahout preserving a Uaion wblct is al ready deslrojcd. The Union has ceased to xiat, by tbe action of fifteen S'ntefl," which ' ate in complete allianoe, ouVntire and do fensW, galtit) and which defy the Con stitution aid laws with perfect Impunity On the other band, Ibe North has ceased to expect that the Union that is the Constitu tioncan be preserved. It is too lnte to ta k ot tbe unconstitutionality of Secession, or of tbe ccEstilutlonalpowersofthe Federal Gov eir xmnt to enforce its laws ni maintain its tetiitoiial integrity. Parchment powers are acnihilntrd by present facts. Whatever lower tbe Government bad, it has vacated 1 y rtcognixing Secession as an existing fact, whith it bas no rig...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 February 1861

WANTED. wanna,"' "ro ittt," -roe, ".sn.'" miht." 'rornD," boabpino)," ao.-a- l-rtlBBirnta onsstng aftflar th.. haaolnB-, not seeding Hun, will be Iwnal twin f.ar tMin, WANT n-A i" ff.ss-i tt or wnni pr.fc-riel; matt be In g 04 Working order. Address lOBBKB,, cra Pre-. Uflije. . Mb' , yantatonn maker Kdh bnt experience hand, need apply -W. WT ANT ST. IW Tea ?T co.t maker, tnplvet No II LnurelBt. and ton ,urel-si fA b WANTED-FOR OAFI-Rennd-hatH. rnmi tnre and Housekeeping Article Address Irawr Ht. la ami . board And rmn In a rreneolahla nrltaie f.rntly. Adlre, stating term and locsttnn. W, X I., thi ofB.a. f f4- b IVANTKD-BfiI"' gentlantasj, w v r rKVSn.lMinf Mnn. to Mil Union PIUS. f J Hewly sal and handroma profits. Smalt usual only requited. Apply at t0 Em' Third -it , upstair. ' "' irAN'f Kl HON !f-Pittsburg and Wheeling w w alonar W1U l noutrnr at vo oeA raiaa. , (.AHrlMPA BKiRTKAM, noV-K No. 19 et Krnnt street. ? Bar xeepers, Prterv, Waiters, Coopers, t'ar- r enter, aieeliftnlcs...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 4 February 1861

.The DAILY PRESS. -on ...,.... F KB HI! 4 RT 4 THE REVELATION. BY J. H. ELLIOT. Wnwnrd rko tbdrmynVMh of night ; 1 Vfith clasped nana, we m, tearirat r, Drowned is such other Mould depth, gad throw. . ' , AM penetrated aodeat Lv'i dlsguls. ' ! ( " Vlth kindling blnshe nd timid graoe, , c Ph ltd her n.eoly heed npon rny breast ; My bot breath fanned her cheek, her cam Like tpicf galas fr.tn "Arauy the bleat.", ; , 8hrtshed thwnaof her lw)Cion lips, Upon tl fervent tbrobhfng het of nin ; ' ' Our Aran e ntwlned, w clung in fond embrace. And murmuied, in on breath : "Ihln, darling, thine!" NATURE FINANCIALLY CONSIDERED. BY HENRY W. ROCKWELL. Tb mee ltelf mmtnrm by fnUimn ; A nd ley, the oreaitor, detohd. of Ire H-r eerlivst rfnn, ho I do not perceive , But all thine ar In debt, m I to you. 8tren fail, mU nni forml, end moraine; mtetfl rp; Tbe steadfast hill themselvee et times car. m; The morning r-rreA-s, nor Is It deemed sin ; "lie bet, when hrraHmo, to the ee of Hope. T" sweet Hind t...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 February 1861

TI1K DAILY HlESa f h net i K. JBN M M IJ, CIO., lTc--Tm-rT., era, cwroa-rtwsv f , 1H1 OIBCTinBATI DAILI FB-SSlB delivered It enibsortbsra ta Clnolnnatl. Covington ana armadtat oIMM n4Mma,a , . . .- toe entrer-alg tow prion af , . n IITlROlNTIaWllKi , , iiiuu m eisnina, Patens BUrMwa, Single ooples, 9 '""''J eae oath, 40e. three months, at ; one roar, AMUSEMENTS. 1 n) ,11IKR'N PEnA-HOUSBl.-ft. jr. PIK.B, JL lmrritr II. T. Burrs, Stags Uanncertd, t. Hansen, Imww. ' ' . LAST WBIK 0 TUB 8IA30N. TttTS FTRNING, February S, tnd every even ing during the week, greed revival of " TBI WOMAN IN WttlTlt, Whirr, will be m-oeluc.d with many improvements npon the original M mile en scene, and alao on the decorations. First appearance at the Opera-home, of the cele brated actroaa, MBS. JANK LAWS, " Whose services hare open aaiured for ths occasion. rRAMATI8 PBRSONa; lanra Fatrlle, M Im Susan lienln i Oonnt Fnoo, Mr. J.H. lerlot: Bir Perrivel Clyde, Mr. Sheridan i Walter llartrlght, Mr. Mortimer; Mr...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 February 1861

TUVi 'DAILY TRESS. A : .l.-"-- " - -4 srrry " I1JK.N11Y mcKn&CO, j . . MUMi an nonimu, r I VISstHAU PAP" OF HI fill. 1 DAILY FREt-SlBY MAIL) fKR YEAR 4 n reef otnt. p iir " p.t m . -on t r '' o three robtilhe-riosble dvno, ,' Of" '' IV fwr" eVW-sMrl. Th P. stsp enter Stele nts pr quarter, fibre Booth, payable la advance, at the efiotaf eMiter .... ... ' .PRHI'4H1 A v it Look out for Bogus Coin. The Louisiana ptople hare seized Vuittd Stab? Mint at New Orleans.. the Coercion and Civil War Compromise and Chronic and Established Peace. The jampMet containing a gerics of arii tffg miiichhave been published In theFngss, on final rettlrtnent of the Secession ttattu, and of the sectional hostility on which it is fvuiided, hj a peaceable separation of the ect'ons, and (bowing its probable effect on oor trade and Industry, and on the public peace, will be published on Wednesday morning. The article in this paper will Conclude tbe pamphlet. These articles are published in accordance with ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 February 1861

WANTED. -WAHTS," . BAbaV' "foe aSal," tOBT," rOTJHD, OADM." Ao.- li" Vntsm.na coating o4rtb hsadlnga, not aa- 4nt Sva Mnaa, will N. iBaortaa twin, fnt tS Mats yANTKD-8li orrliht iiHcmn rlaf-bia'rl TV ra. Ill a vary r.rtaMa family, ia a nul't yrt Of I he fit. Arttr-;n A. B , this odlna f-Vh V""'''m)- Villi N-F, r cooking ant v gansral hnitsawork, nt Dr. Mtlll rt. Mna-PM-ry-at., first hon fiom Btoaeiars, f.1 tt VANTEn '- To do aviii.ral hoiisow.irx t"ran-,allf.nilly. Ilnrmart vr.rrrxl. Ap 'T ' qJSI Jobn.'t , opriM- of Plwatnnt latu, VV-ATKO-FOH M8H-B-wud.hao' Kn.ol. tor. and UomekMping ArticlM A1il'at J rawer PP. j?9 atnf XV-NT,,.n,l;RI"8HID BOOH-W.lh fir., ' nr nar lntwi-u "ifih an! 0nrt and Vrxartway koil Vlu.. T,mx S, per mouth. Art. S. ll., Prr-a ;flica f.n I, 'WiNTKII-OHMHnn ,. T h . aiwul b ' . t. inl-rr-o -at il apply A.cT7 """LT.' M lll ho jwli Ap,Hyat .N"' 818 Lonawi.rh.f , ba. rnlth and Y,i, fcs .a XV ANTkU- By asuiiiM, n,ii,HH u,,,i JIU .. .. r,rn,,''rll'"l'lPrlf.,iiilV 4iM...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 5 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. ...FEBRUARYS . ' [From the Knickerbocker for February.] THE SAILOR'S VALENTINE. BY FITZ-JAMES O'BRIEN. tilwiin!1",,;ta' To I'll von that your eailorled . Still claim I o for liU valentine. Bnt nil aronrd Is lonesome sea ; j ' The nniwn finger of the wind Clm. h the rones and tear th" nd heap th billowy hilhl behind. ; Yrt watrhing on the dismal dec, ki.i through midnight nours no ; drear and black, Hy hntl st ill ,",,,B"i,fc , .But who will bear the aieseg Crouds senddln by the wtery moon, Oo blr. ! r fottegc from all ve. A d hd from high in mystic dews Tliia lonely utterance of ml lore I And ytiO, dart Ocean, vayrtad-tongued. Were lollowing me with ceaaIrs beat, rrkjcmthe beach she walks at eTe, ALd lay my message at nor feat. jiy. white-winged tea bird, following fart, That dips around our foamy wake, Oo nestle In her virgin lin-ast. And ilea bar pure lips for 07 Mae 1 Winds h.wllng thronsb the shapeless night, I'nken'elMl l.ounili- that hnnt the Be a, Bui-h four ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 February 1861

Che daily PEEsa. iKSNIlY HKKD OO.j noPBiiTOBa. t wk-toht.) or, owroi-iiren. j Bl 01 BOTE ATT DAILY rmcM Is dsitvered to subscriber ta Cincinnati, Oovtngtoa and parrtnindlng ttflst and tewas, al i Mm eatramely low trio of I1TIN OIMTI A WbMXi . PAVaJU to TOT ltI . - Psion Mtn-nra. Hint's oopUs, 9 cental m oath, 4lo. three month, 8)1 i one year, 8)4. AMUSEMENTS. dJIKK'H lPERA-lIOlJSR.-B. N. PIKE, (L 1 royrietor 0. T. Smith, blag Manager (J. , Biu T, Iiwignr, LAST WEEK OrTnE SEASOff. ' TTII8 EVENING. February 6, and every even. ln( during the week, grand revival of trim w urns n in nnu n, Vhlch will be prodnctd with many Improvement non the oriaiaal " mHl toene. and also on the feooratlons. DOAMATtfl PldtROIVW! Laura Falrlle, II iss Susan Pen in ; Count Fnaeo, Vr. ,i. H. Tajioi; ttir rerciv.i uiyne, sir. Sherman ; Walter llartrlght, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. tlllmore, .Mr. 0 T. Smith. Jacob, Mr. Hale; Sla-nor Pes.a, Hr. Chaplin I Mr. Knlrll., Mr. I.an.eanj Anns Catherlck, j Marion Haloombe, Ji....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 February 1861

THE DAILY PRESS. r IHi-NHY ItKlT.I. Ar. CO., or rotAti papsb tub oiTt. ,ri8itiUH r DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) SA PER YEAR. DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) SA PER YEAR. POSTAGE ON Tb Ptnii Oe PAIIY PBKSS, atanvPoit. Ale Iks r) w" 0, MS rents wr qnartor. if thrve ionthlTll In Mtim, in (Ac Ojicrwtoro ysss it cfo'sVered. . r. The Pi step mis the fub Is SO nli per quarter, f thrr nioulhs, paytbl In advance, el the ofictof Wirsrf . - in the DAILY PRESS (BY MAIL) SA PER YEAR. POSTAGE ON The Pence-maker. Tb 'Tetceablr Separation Pamphlet" can lip lad of tbe carrier of the Dailt Press, at the counting-room, of O. N. Lewis. No. 21 West Sixth itrret, and of P. McArthur & Eon, Vine stmt above Fourih. The Future of Southern Republic—Second Article. Ta the previous article on this subject we f bowed that tbe Southern Republic would ksagtronp; central GoTernment, compoied of all tl e slave States, and would begin with tbe practical opening of the African slave trodf, a great acceisioa of P-lave laborers, a g...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 February 1861

WANTED. (n," ( sai.," "W aaar," trfWT," - rntJND," ?, A)o. A Vwrtteemeatta eeamne' etnAer tlte-e naarllne. an as. aeedlt aveiinee, will tie imtMhrli ftar wS eeaw. SITU ATIO-To attend Borers or Me. tlnod refeieucea KlTu. Ad- V wait on lM drees 0. V., at this ntTlca. e-T-h IVritkTKn-fll I ft AT ON Bra slrl. to do KO t eral homework. Best ot rfsrsu -tee given. Adlreea M. thisonee. m? A-TD-bV rholars na the titm anil main. dan. inetruntai t fnrnfeherl if reanlre't fir trlml apply at No Walnut at. feft.b VV'Afr'V'Els-FOIt CASH -8iud-hnd Fnml. v tttre ana uotwlNfini avnioies Adrlrasa Drawer f 0. IsTS-sml tairjajT I A sr-cnnc) st'ry ruutn on Pearl, he w V tweea nam era nace-sireere, v-ir Kant fane buetneaa. Address O. P. ... I'l OIBoe feS c") WAM ID' A tottH-Oue wnocan a.n nt v Iron ttiftntn ttliftnn:gwf ref-irenc-s wxpoctecl. Ar-Tily at BALL A BALL'S Ouioe,Ni. East Third street. feT u M ATr fi-Bv a ynm Gorman -a eitiiititn a' Itcht Vf rt r or salesman, (o a frrjcery st-tre. Feet of rl'jr ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 7 February 1861

THIS DAILY PRESS. Till RPnAl. rKHRiuiRr t EARNESTNESS. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. In asrr.all chamber, fr termless nd mim.. 1 Toifcd o'er bit tpe en poor, unlearned young man; , , The ler waafark, nnfhrnllmred nd mean, Yet there the iieadoai of a no be-aa. Del came but slowly i iirlr, no man yt rm lever to the heavy world with Ink ; What need of help? He knew how tj pes wr set, H bad dsuntfees aplilt and a press. Such earnest naturrs r In f try pith, " Tl compart nocleit roncd which sveteros grow) Hbs aft'-rmses beooMe Inspired therewith. And whtrU tropiegsat with the central glow. O Train I 0 Freedom ! how are ye "till bom In tb nide stable, in tha manger nursed I Whet humble hands uubar those gates of morn. Through which the Bplendor of tha new dr burat I What I thall on monk, scarco known beyond hi ceit, Front Home' far-reaching bolts, and acorn bar frown Brave Lutlier anawerad. Teal that thunder's a wall Hocked kurope, and dlachanned tha triple crown. "Whatever oan ba known of ear...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 February 1861

THE DAILY PliESa Is aahllsk41ur twm aatmumtrO W , PBOPRMtTOBd. srrKW virts-rr., orr; ewrroa-gocsn. TH1 OISOIDIIATI DAILT FBB8S to delivered to ntaorUMf to Cincinnati, Oavtsigvsa ana earroandlnf eltlM and towns, M Ox Klnmal) low prlo of 8 I TIN (1INT8 A WlBg, rATABK TO CW oabbibv. - - ParsM or stti.vB,-flligt oopl-t, 9 eennw on etn, ewo.l three month. 91 1 one rear, nt. AMUSEMENTS. HIHK'H OPRII A.IIOIMR.-. N. PIK.B, X rrowvi-tor; O. f. Barra, Him Huuui 3.- S. Diuut, Treasurer. LAST WEEK OF THK BFASOS". Annual BavMfit of Mr. 4 F. HRRBIBT, Treasurer ui ma ufwrt-auw. TIII8 ITFMNO, February 8, will be produce TUB WOMAN IN vVlJITIS, X.apra F.Mie, Miss 8uan iienln ; Count Fnsoo, Mr. . J. H. Taylor; Sir Perclv.l Clyde. Mr. Sheridan : Waiter Hartrlght, Mr. Mortimer; Mr Uilruore, , mr., i . praiiu. rfacr-D. inr. Hale ; manor reeoa, Mr. Chaplin: Mr. Fulrll, Mr. Latins. n: Ann (atherk-k. : Marion Ifalcmbe. MrH.O. Poeo: Madame Iosco, Mr.. J. Law.; satiny. Ml.. L.nra Kclarc; nn liarttlght. Mi M. ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 February 1861

THE DAILY KIESSJ IlKNItY IlKEli Sc. JO nmM AN raoraiirroaa. llt'lOIASt PAPEs! Uf TH IlITf. .....f BBHUAH 8 The Advantages of a Knowledge of the Scriptures We burs tried to Impress on our reader, both hr piece pt aqd f xarople, the advantage of having ibe Gospel armor always on, and of a rtadt o:e of Scriptural weapons, erento those ho do not follow religioui piofea aiotij and trades. Tbe following Instance of tbe way Sdiator Hole got home on Senator C'.inman, by haring s handy way with the Scrpturrj, is an illustration of this point. Mr. ClingmaD, compared the Secession of tbe South to the Secession of the ten tribes from Rchoboam. Mr. Hale said : '"The Honorable Senator referred to the goinjr nut of tbe ten tribes. So tbey did go out. but kit the art of covenant of the tiring Gtid wUh the tribe of Judah. The tribes did go out, arid God nor nobody else knows where th j are gone. He hoped that such wou'd not be tbe fnte of the tribes now en di'arorirg to go out." Avowed Treason. He C...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 February 1861

WANTED. An tvu 1 a-in at yut juenranna at , Kir general hmisawork;raf,renmi.rQ.nlrfMl. fes-h Vyi ".TBI) A BlTl'ATION-By a cimpet.nt IiATHAM, tlovlagton, By. ' fe-bt WANTF.O -A UIRL-To do (reairal (ion... worn Utmu meferrod. Apply at 13 T K'Ht Third-. WH WArvTIiI-GIKL-To dn general rmnwork torasmallfnniily. A Oerman Protestant pre forrsd. Apply at 34 Bast 8vntb-t. fx-t AfcTKO SITUATION To oook, wh und IiOPffWoTth M. between Race and Wro iron, or m cnaramtrniaia. Appij n og V ATfcD-PITl ATION-To attAitd horfi. or TT wait on tnb: Good rofemncet given. Ad dreH Q. F., at thli office. ft7b WA1NTRD-FOR OAHR-Beoond-hnaA run... tnre and Housekeeping Artie let Addrnti J) rawer ft ft, Jft29-(.ns1 WANTBD At : J Kiliaboth it., girl, Oer irmaor Irixh, to do reneral houwework- Tbe teit WMff4e will be rlen to one of experience and -who, willing to work; none ol her need apply, fed-li WANTBD-A SHOP-Or part of a building in the tower part of the city, between 8y earner and Smith at., fr a crver or ca...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 8 February 1861

THB DAILY PRESS. ..ftBllllEf g TEH FAIR TAMBOURINIST. Ilk Baa Francisco (CaL) Mlrrnr has fhess ! lent verses, which, poetical H they are, oonUla till more of truth. Bs. Pages): W lik ft half naked nil bare, And drees pair tattered and torn, With a jdt he's id rn.ckery than, And flood of derision and scorn. She wanders the stieet wberevet her feet, 9 ar? end willing, ere borne. With d eye " hrtaht and cheek as fair As tha serln-st bluth of tho norn. Wandering up and down, Aad driven fmm doer to door, A jeat foreveiy tula rl wd. And a butt for every b w : V hile tha velvet -slippered, ill satin and lacs, (to mailing ly hereide. With a froaan heart and a curtained face And a lip curhd into pride. Bo beantllTll, Tat ao frail. So ailling, yet ao wank, C). whet If Ilia heart ahould fall, Ai d a heavenly purpose break. AmI tha dara and kennels, and brrthels of boll Another poor victim ho'd, A cwl'ilial spark ba qut-nched In tha dark, Aud an angol bartered for gold ! J'0 wonder tha haart sh...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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